Carnival Announces New Contest for Travel Agents

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Carnival Cruise Line is giving agents the chance to win an Amazon gift card through their Facebook contest.

Through September 1, travel agents can win an Amazon gift card from Carnival Cruise Line by responding to certain posts made on the Carnival Trade Facebook page. 

During Agentpalooza Rockin’ Moments, Carnival will be posting highlights from the recent “Agentpalooza” tour. Every Monday, posts will ask questions related to the videos and the first 25 agents to respond will win a $50 gift card. During the last week, Carnival will choose the 10 best responses based on creativity, costuming and Agentpalooza spirit to win a $100 Amazon gift card. 

For the first video, posted August 7, Carnival posted a video from the tour and asked agents what makes them a travel agent rock star.

The cruise line visited agents in six cities his past May including Houston, New Orleans, Charleston, Atlanta, Jacksonville, and Orlando during the seven-day “Agentpalooza” bus tour. The tour featured a fun-zone with DJ, photo booth, and lawn games as well as one-on-one meetings with sales teams. The tour also featured community service and philanthropic events.

Host Aldolfo Perez, vice president of sales and marketing, hosted the tour. And to kick it off, he got “Travel Agents Rock” permanently tattooed to his upper arm. 

From September 1-30, Carnival is also offering travel agents higher commission percentages on bookings for the “AMP Up Commission Challenge.,” also part of the Travel Agents Rock program. Registration is open until August 18. Agents can increase their commission by up to 15 percent when they make 21 bookings.

For more information about the contest, travel agents can visit the line’s trade Facebook page at or its travel agent Internet portal, 

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